Punjab VB questions DIG Inderbir Singh in drugs, corruption case

By Shefali Kohli -- August 22, 2022 4:14 pm

Chandigarh, August 22: The Punjab Vigilance Bureau on Monday questioned Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Inderbir Singh in a drugs and corruption case and for accepting bribe.

On July 6, the case was registered under Drugs and Corruption Act against DSP of Tarn Taran and others.


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Notably, after the arrest of one Surjit Singh with 900 grams of opium and subsequent interrogation, the Vigilance head booked Tarn Taran DSP and other on charges of corruption.

During interrogation, the accused had confessed to having given bride to DSP and others.

When DSP was questioned, he also alleged the involvement of DIG Inderbir Singh.


However, DIG has refuted the allegation and termed it as baseless.

Meanwhile, the case is being investigated by Ferozepur SSP (Vigilance) Gurmeet Singh and SSP (Vigilance) Amritsar Surinder Singh.

The SIT will submit a report to Dr  Rahul, Director, Vigilance

Currently, DIG Inderbir Singh is posted as Joint Director at Phillaur Police Academy.


-PTC News

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